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Jeremy Clarkson says he won't give up on farming even if Clarkson's Farm doesn't continue

Joe Harker

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Jeremy Clarkson says he won't give up on farming even if Clarkson's Farm doesn't continue

Jeremy Clarkson has promised he'll keep farming, even if people stop watching hit Amazon Prime show Clarkson's Farm.

While the show has plenty of funny moments and mishaps, it's also helped shine a light on how difficult farming can be, with Clarkson even revealing he nearly lost a leg in an accident.

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As much as audiences enjoyed a whole succession of people telling Jeremy his tractor was too big (it was) and his struggles to get the Diddly Squat farm up and running, Clarkson's Farm brought home to many just how expensive it was to run a farm.

Since the show was released, Clarkson has become a vocal defender of farmers and last year, the British Farming Awards honoured Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper with the 'Flying the Flag for British Agriculture' award.

A second season of the highly popular show is definitely on the way as Cooper announced filming was underway in November last year.

However, even if Amazon decide not to go for a third or fourth season, it doesn't mean that Clarkson will be hanging up his pitchfork or leaving his oversized tractor to gather dust in a garage.

Clarkson is in the midst of a planning permission row. Credit: SWNS
Clarkson is in the midst of a planning permission row. Credit: SWNS

According to The Sun, he said he 'won't be giving up' on farming even if Clarkson's Farm comes to an end and there's nobody to keep filming it.

Whether the show continues will depend on how many people stick around to watch a second season, but Clarkson insisted the Diddly Squad farm is going nowhere.

He said: "If people don’t want to watch anymore, we wouldn’t make anymore and, if people do want to watch, then we will.

"I'm going to carry on farming whether you're watching or not, I don't care!"

"I'm going to carry on farming and fighting the good fight, on behalf of farming, against stupidity."

He also shared more details of when we can expect the second season of Clarkson's Farm, confirming that all the filming had been done and editing work on five of the episodes had been completed.

Clarkson said 'there's three more to go' before the whole season is fully edited and then the episodes have to be 'translated into every language in the world'.

Jeremy Clarkson said he'd keep his farm going even if his farming show ends. Credit: Lily Alice/Alamy Stock Photo
Jeremy Clarkson said he'd keep his farm going even if his farming show ends. Credit: Lily Alice/Alamy Stock Photo

As for when the episodes will be available to watch, he predicted it would release in the 'first quarter of next year'.

While the show enjoyed a strong opening season and is coming back for more, Clarkson's plans to expand the Diddly Squat farm keep hitting trouble.

He was recently ordered to shut the restaurant he'd opened on his farm just three months after getting it set up, though he plans to appeal against the decision.

Featured Image Credit: Amazon Prime

Topics: Jeremy Clarkson, Amazon Prime, TV and Film

Joe Harker
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